03788nam 2200685 a 450 991045568780332120210619012440.01-280-73925-897866107392571-85359-704-X10.21832/9781853597046(CKB)111087028278364(SSID)ssj0000234573(PQKBManifestationID)12085453(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000234573(PQKBWorkID)10242125(PQKB)10666542(MiAaPQ)EBC3007700(DE-B1597)514081(OCoLC)1078915780(DE-B1597)9781853597046(Au-PeEL)EBL3007700(CaPaEBR)ebr10016707(CaONFJC)MIL73925(OCoLC)923618170(EXLCZ)9911108702827836420001002d2001 uy 0engurcn|||||||||txtccrReflections on multiliterate lives[electronic resource] /edited by Diane Belcher and Ulla ConnorClevedon, England ;Buffalo, N.Y. Multilingual Mattersc2001vii, 211 p. illBilingual education and bilingualism ;26Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph1-85359-521-7 1-85359-522-5 Includes bibliographical references.Front matter --Contents --Acknowledgements --Editors’ Introduction --The Fortunate Traveler: Shuttling between Communities and Literacies by Economy Class --Initiating into Academic Community: Some Autobiographical Reflections --Reminiscences of a Multilingual Life: A Personal Case History --Developing Literacy Can and Should Be Fun: But Only Sometimes Is --Straddling Three Worlds --How a Speaker of Two Second Languages Becomes a Writer in a Foreign Language --From L1 to L12: The Confessions of a Sometimes Frustrated Multiliterate --My Experience of Learning to Read and Write in Japanese as L1 and English as L2 --An Introspective Account of L2 Writing Acquisition --Writing from Chinese to English: My Cultural Transformation --Learning Is a Lifelong Process --Linguistic Experiences of a Mathematical Career --Taking the Best from a Number of Worlds: An Interview with Hooshang Hemami --Growing up Trilingual: Memories of an Armenian/Arabic/English Speaker --How Can I Help Make a Difference? An Interview with Robert Agunga --A Professional Academic Life in Two Languages: An Interview with María Juliá --On Being a Citizen of the World: An Interview with Luis Proenza --Appendix"Reflection on Multiliterate Lives" is a collection of personal accounts, in narrative and interview format, of the formative literacy experiences of highly successful second language users, all of who are professional academics. Representing fourteen countries in origin, the contributors, well-known specialists in language teaching as well as a variety of other fields in the social and physical sciences, recount in their own words past and present struggles and successes as learners of language and of much else.Bilingual education and bilingualism ;26.MultilingualismLiteracyAutobiographiesElectronic books.Multilingualism.Literacy.Autobiographies.404/.2Belcher Diane Dewhurst1951-1055672Connor Ulla1948-466823MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910455687803321Reflections on multiliterate lives2489249UNINA